Noted tipster Evan Blass posted a new image this morning that shows the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active and it is getting as warm a reception as a certain alien creature in a Central American jungle. The device is apparently a model intended for AT&T, so this could be a special version for that carrier or it may just be the only option. Read more
Motorola unveiled its Moto G4 and G4 plus handsets earlier today with both models featuring 5.5-inch Full HD displays, Snapdragon 617 octa-core processors and 3,000mAh batteries. While both models have mostly the same specifications, the G4 Plus has both a better camera and a fingerprint scanner (which explains that square button beneath the display). Join us after the break for the rundown on specifications and gallery of images. Read more
Tronsmart announced a new power bank today. Called the Presto, it has functionality for Quick Charge 3.0 products as well as USB Type-C charging.
The OnePlus 3 has shown up online yet again, but this time with a press render posted by serial leakster Evan Blass.
Google took to Twitter today to reveal that the I/O 2016 keynote will be streamed on YouTube in 360-degree virtual reality.
Google I/O 2016 may be kicking off tomorrow, but first, we have Motorola (now owned by Lenovo) announcing its new generation of handsets, namely the Moto G4 and G4 Plus. After the recent leaks, it’s good to get some concrete information about Motorola’s new 5.5-inch handsets Read more
The Nextbit Robin is a great example of how a Kickstarter campaign can achieve success after crushing its funding goals. The handset’s main claim to fame is that it’s a cloud-first device with 100GB of cloud storage on top of its 32GB of internal storage. Join us after the break to check out Justin’s unboxing video of the Nextbit Robin. Read more
Sony will be moving forward with none other than its X-series of smartphones. The latest addition being the Xperia XA Ultra, aimed at the upper mid-range category.
Google just can’t figure out exactly which way it wants people to communicate. When Android launched, Google Talk silently existed alongside a generic messaging app for SMS and MMS. Hangouts took over in May 2013; however, that didn’t turn out to be the Apple iMessage competitor everyone was waiting for. So people have been waiting years to get their hands on an all-in-one messaging platform from Google. It just doesn’t seem like consolidation is happening anytime soon.
Because you can never have to many messaging platforms on your mobile devices, Google is launching Spaces. At least this one has a focus, though, even if it could’ve been folded into one of the company’s other offerings. Spaces, according to Google, is mean to be for “small group sharing” with the company’s services built right into it.